https://youtu.be/FXFSBBmoVAo The project is still under progress at Aeroplane Heaven and many simmers who love fly flying warbirds will watch this new video with great interest. This is the preview of the Spitfire MkVb MSFS, in development by the experts Aeroplane Heaven.
The number of aircraft projects announcements is significantly growing for MSFS. Aeroplane Heaven reveals the first screenshots of their Mk1A Spitfire with a “fully functional cockpit” that is their next task on the to-do list.
Today is the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, on May 08th 1945. The latest newsletter issue of simMarket features some of their best titles to honor the pilots, soliders, aircraft engineers, mechanics and others people involved in this event.
Loaded with a soundset from Turbine Sound Studios, this B-24 Liberator of Virtavia flies in P3D v4/v3, and you will seat in its functional virtual cockpit too. Activate levers, controls and simulate WWII missions with your heavy bomber.
Maybe you will clean out the dust out of your Avro Anson model by FSAddon Publishing. The author Simon Smeiman and the publisher announce a new and free update for this Second World War aircraft that flies in FSX and P3D. The free update is exactly here.
Fans of World War II US bombers and transport aircraft will certainly look after this project of Flight Replicas for P3D4. Their project consists of a bundle that will include Consolidated B-24 aircraft : D variants, including the PB4Y-1 model, and the C-87 transport variant.
Not totally unknown by Flight Replicas, they already modelled a Messerschmitts Bf109 in the past, but it was a K-4 variant and for FSX. They are now finalizing the most common G-6 variant for P3D4 with great and accurate details like the canopy eject lever, or the Walther flare gun.
This new package of Bravo Zulu team has 10 authentic liveries of the Fairey Firefly. And if you are a registered customer of the FIREFLY F1, FR1 & NF1, you can get this new one for free.
Interested in the German bomber Heinkel He 111 ? Various liveries have been painted by Aeroplane Heaven, and we can see the results here. Before the Second World War, as Germany was not authorized to build such bombers, the first models were officially used for civilian flights, but they took aerial photos…